Then the answer is to code up all the books in order, see wasn't that
simple Shelley :)
> Oddly that's not the problem - I have almost all the Arcanis
> books - it's whether I should or not. And from Tir's comment,
> even if I can, sounds like I shouldn't.
> --- In PCGenListFileHelp@yahoogroups.com, Andrew Maitland
> <drew0500@...> wrote:
> > If you don't have the other books available it makes it difficult.
> > In our case we do have a few paradigm books coded up. If a set
> > coded up, and you don't have the book, comment out but make a
> > reference... i.e.
> > #COMMENT: No existing reference to "Duke it out" Ability
> > We do often encounter this problem of requiring other source books
> > our sets. In fact, I'm encountering it in the Forged in Magic set,
> > I need to reference Greater and Legendary stuff, among other things.
> > ~ Andrew Maitland (LegacyKing)
> > ~ Admin Silverback, PCGen Board of Directors ~ Data Gibbon, Tracker
> > Gibbon, Docs Lemur "Quick-Silverback Tracker Monkey"
> > Shelley wrote:
> > > The book I'm working on refers to feats and classes in several
> > > Paradigm books. I can think of a couple ways to handle the
> > >
> > > 1) Don't put in anything about anything not in this book. At
> most, make
> > > an SAB about it.
> > > 2) Code the thing as though the other book was coded, but put a
> PRE on
> > > it looking for the other datasets?
> > > 3) Code the thing as thought the other book was coded, but
> comment it
> > > out so it can be put back in later if the other book is done. Put
> in a
> > > SAB about it.
> > > 4) ?????
> > >
> > > Shelley
> > >